Amir Mortada Mansour, the general supervisor of football for the Zamalek team, said that Tunisian Saif Al-Din Al-Jaziri, the white team striker, will not move to Ceramica in the Nigerian John Ibuka deal, as was reported.
Amir Mortada Mansour revealed, during exclusive statements to “The Seventh Day,” that the Tunisian Saif Al-Din Al-Jaziri is continuing with Zamalek, and there is no truth to what is reported about his transfer to Ceramica Club.
In a related context, club officials refused Ceramica Zamalek asked during the negotiation of the transfer of Nigerian striker John Ibuka to the White Knight, which stipulates that Ceramica obtain two players from the white team and in exchange for money to agree to the player’s departure to Mit Okba Castle during the current winter transfers.
And the management of the Ceramica Club insisted on obtaining the value of the Nigerian Ibuka deal without entering any players from Zamalek in the deal, based on the desire of the team’s technical staff led by Ahmed Sami, who conveyed to his club officials his request to refuse Ibuka’s entry into reciprocal deals.
And Ibuka agreed to move into the ranks Zamalek In the current winter transfers, despite the foreign offers he received, led by clubs from Saudi Arabia and Libya, where the player approached his club officials to facilitate the procedures for his departure to the White Club.
Ceramica club officials set 25 million pounds as an initial price to give up the services of Nigerian John Ibuka to the white team during the current winter transfer period, especially after the offers that rained down on the player from Gulf clubs.